Germans warned of possible blackouts this winter

BERLIN, Sep 4 – PRIME. Germans may face power outages this coming winter as the authorities abandon nuclear power amid the energy crisis, CDU leader Friedrich Merz told German publication Bild am Sonntag.

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“If the government continues in the same spirit, sticking to the refusal of nuclear energy for ideological reasons, we are threatened with a blackout at the beginning of next year,” he warned.

According to the politician, even if 20% of Germans heat their homes with electricity, the demand for electricity will double, which threatens to overload the energy system.

In addition, Merz urged the German authorities to order new equipment to maintain the operation of at least three nuclear power plants that are not yet in operation. The head of the CDU believes that this will help ensure a reliable supply of electricity to 20 million German households.

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Three nuclear power plants are currently operating in Germany, but the country’s government plans to turn them off at the end of this year. Such plans have caused widespread discontent amid the ongoing energy crisis. Currently, the German authorities are conducting a technical analysis of the situation, after which they will make a final decision.


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